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Photos from Cornwall Motor Speedway's post

Belair and Son Garage has added $60 to the purse for the Mini-Stock feature, we are adding $20 to each of the first 3 positions




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Jankowiak Eager to Carry Family Legacy at Tribute Race

?Growing up, those guys were my heroes.  You see all the scrapbooks and hear all the stories.  They didn?t just make stories on the racetrack, they made them off, too. They were a lot of fun.  They?re legends around here, and we look forward to this weekend every single year."


This weekend, the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series will host its annual Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak Memorial. While the event is taking place at a new venue this year, it will still be a very important race for Modified racer Andy Jankowiak.   Andy Jankowiak is the son of Tony Jankowiak and....
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Speed 51 / Highlights: Southern Super Series at Cordele
« on: Today at 05:48:14 PM »
Highlights: Southern Super Series at Cordele

There are always thrills and spills when the Southern Super Series heads to Crisp Motorsports Park.

Check out the highlights now on Speed51: https://speed51.com/video-highlights-southern-super-series-at-cordele/


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David Hebert Gets the Win at Cornwall Motor Speedway - Dirt Track Digest 2020

CORNWALL, ONT - Even if Mother Nature tried to throw a curve ball, the second part of the Weekend Double Header was presented with the Modified, Sportsman, Mini-Stock and Vintage in action on Fat Les Chip Stand Brockville Waterfront. The track was bad fast as Joey Ladouceur shattered the 358-Modified track record with a 12.640 time around the Cornwall Motor Speedway. [ 530 more words ]
https://www.dirttrackdigest.com/cornwall-motor-speedway/2020/08/10/david-hebert-gets-the-win-at-cornwall-motor-speedway/


CORNWALL, ONT ? Even if Mother Nature tried to throw a curve ball, the second part of the Weekend Double Header was presented with the Modified, Sportsman, Mini-Stock and Vintage in action on Fat Les?
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The Hill Speedway / Photos from The Hill Speedway's post
« on: Today at 05:48:03 PM »
Photos from The Hill Speedway's post

Another Funfilled night at The Hill Speedway! Thanks to Smokey at D&L Disposal for sponsoring the night! Fast Cars, Great Food, and our awesome Track Staff made for a fun, exciting Night! Reminder 7/31/20 we will not be holding a Race as scheduled we will resume racing on 8/7/20 with Copy Source & Elite Arms Sponsered Night hope to see you then!!!!!COME GET YOUR THRILL ON THE HILL?
























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Saison 2020 - Autodrome Granby - Lepointdevente.com


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Photos from Thunder Road International Speedbowl's post

Corliss Puts on Clinic for Third Straight Community Bank, N.A. 150 Win; Caron, Marshall, and Putney Also Taste Victory...read more at www.thunderroadvt.com








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New load of tires, things are moving in a good direction,

New load of tires, things are moving in a good direction,


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Chemung Speedrome - Racing at the Drome's cover photo




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Outlaw Speedway / Photos from Outlaw Speedway's post
« on: Today at 05:46:58 PM »
Photos from Outlaw Speedway's post

Outlaw Speedway 7/24/20
? Emily Knowlden Photography

http://www.7242020.emilyknowlden.com
























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Weedsport Speedway / iRacing
« on: Today at 05:46:52 PM »
iRacing

That looks familiar!


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In Loving Memory of Andy Phelps

Behind every race team and race family is a driving force, leading the way to victory on and off track. For one of Central New York?s most storied racing families, this man is Andy Phelps. From driver, to mechanic, to car owner, to businessman, Andy did it all in the world of dirt track racing.

Andy?s racing career began as a driver, piloting a #99 Late Model at various local tracks, a car number that has remained a constant in the family team through today. As races clicked off, Andy found himself more and more interested in the mechanical aspects of racing, handing the driving duties over to brother Roger. With Roger behind the wheel and Andy at the wrenches, the brothers hit the Modified ranks and went on a tear, racking up win after win and championship after championship, becoming one of the strongest forces in all of Modified racing through the late 1980s and into the 1990s.

With Roger?s illustrious career behind the wheel coming to a close, attention shifted towards Andy?s sons. Jimmy became the first to take the reins of the Andy Phelps Motorsports machines, quickly climbing through the four-cylinder and Sportsman ranks, into the Modifieds by the mid-1990s. With Andy at the helm of the team, wins and championships still came frequently, picking off titles at Fulton, Brewerton, Rolling Wheels, Weedsport, and big wins all across New York and Canada. Trying to pinpoint the exact number of wins and championships was an occasional discussion, but all it took was one look around Andy?s garage at all of the trophies, big checks, and pictures to know it was certainly something to be very proud of.

After multiple near-misses and repeated heartbreaks, the APM team and Phelps family grabbed their biggest win in 2013 in Fulton?s Outlaw 200. With Jimmy turning more focus to his HBR #98H entry, the APM team scaled back their Modified efforts, making specials-only appearances in the 358-Modified division. That didn?t slow Andy?s machines down any, as Jimmy picked up his most recent win in the #99J in late October 2015 in a 125-lap event at Weedsport. With Jimmy now driving for HBR full time, the seat opened for younger brother Mike to pilot his father?s equipment in the Sportsman ranks, where the team remains a frontrunner at Fulton.

Andy?s influence on the local racing scene stretches further than the cars. With the purchase of Weedsport Speedway in 2013 by Al Heinke, Andy was tabbed as a managing partner for the track, overseeing much of the day-to-day and race day operation of the track, a critical component to growing the Speedway into its current state.

When our season kicks off at Weedsport, it will certainly not be the same. From the pre-race guidance to post-race conversations on how to make Weedsport the best it can be, we will definitely be missing an integral part of our racing family.

(Written by Bobby Sweeney; Photo by unknown source)


In Loving Memory of Andy Phelps

Behind every race team and race family is a driving force, leading the way to victory on and off track. For one of Central New York?s most storied racing families, this man is Andy Phelps. From driver, to mechanic, to car owner, to businessman, Andy did it all in the world of dirt track racing.

Andy?s racing career began as a driver, piloting a #99 Late Model at various local tracks, a car number that has remained a constant in the family team through today. As races clicked off, Andy found himself more and more interested in the mechanical aspects of racing, handing the driving duties over to brother Roger. With Roger behind the wheel and Andy at the wrenches, the brothers hit the Modified ranks and went on a tear, racking up win after win and championship after championship, becoming one of the strongest forces in all of Modified racing through the late 1980s and into the 1990s.

With Roger?s illustrious career behind the wheel coming to a close, attention shifted towards Andy?s sons. Jimmy became the first to take the reins of the Andy Phelps Motorsports machines, quickly climbing through the four-cylinder and Sportsman ranks, into the Modifieds by the mid-1990s. With Andy at the helm of the team, wins and championships still came frequently, picking off titles at Fulton, Brewerton, Rolling Wheels, Weedsport, and big wins all across New York and Canada. Trying to pinpoint the exact number of wins and championships was an occasional discussion, but all it took was one look around Andy?s garage at all of the trophies, big checks, and pictures to know it was certainly something to be very proud of.

After multiple near-misses and repeated heartbreaks, the APM team and Phelps family grabbed their biggest win in 2013 in Fulton?s Outlaw 200. With Jimmy turning more focus to his HBR #98H entry, the APM team scaled back their Modified efforts, making specials-only appearances in the 358-Modified division. That didn?t slow Andy?s machines down any, as Jimmy picked up his most recent win in the #99J in late October 2015 in a 125-lap event at Weedsport. With Jimmy now driving for HBR full time, the seat opened for younger brother Mike to pilot his father?s equipment in the Sportsman ranks, where the team remains a frontrunner at Fulton.

Andy?s influence on the local racing scene stretches further than the cars. With the purchase of Weedsport Speedway in 2013 by Al Heinke, Andy was tabbed as a managing partner for the track, overseeing much of the day-to-day and race day operation of the track, a critical component to growing the Speedway into its current state.

When our season kicks off at Weedsport, it will certainly not be the same. From the pre-race guidance to post-race conversations on how to make Weedsport the best it can be, we will definitely be missing an integral part of our racing family.

(Written by Bobby Sweeney; Photo by unknown source)


Source: In Loving Memory of Andy Phelps

Behind every race team and race family is a driving force, leading the way to victory on and off track. For one of Central New York?s most storied racing families, this man is Andy Phelps. From driver, to mechanic, to car owner, to businessman, Andy did it all in the world of dirt track racing.

Andy?s racing career began as a driver, piloting a #99 Late Model at various local tracks, a car number that has remained a constant in the family team through today. As races clicked off, Andy found himself more and more interested in the mechanical aspects of racing, handing the driving duties over to brother Roger. With Roger behind the wheel and Andy at the wrenches, the brothers hit the Modified ranks and went on a tear, racking up win after win and championship after championship, becoming one of the strongest forces in all of Modified racing through the late 1980s and into the 1990s.

With Roger?s illustrious career behind the wheel coming to a close, attention shifted towards Andy?s sons. Jimmy became the first to take the reins of the Andy Phelps Motorsports machines, quickly climbing through the four-cylinder and Sportsman ranks, into the Modifieds by the mid-1990s. With Andy at the helm of the team, wins and championships still came frequently, picking off titles at Fulton, Brewerton, Rolling Wheels, Weedsport, and big wins all across New York and Canada. Trying to pinpoint the exact number of wins and championships was an occasional discussion, but all it took was one look around Andy?s garage at all of the trophies, big checks, and pictures to know it was certainly something to be very proud of.

After multiple near-misses and repeated heartbreaks, the APM team and Phelps family grabbed their biggest win in 2013 in Fulton?s Outlaw 200. With Jimmy turning more focus to his HBR #98H entry, the APM team scaled back their Modified efforts, making specials-only appearances in the 358-Modified division. That didn?t slow Andy?s machines down any, as Jimmy picked up his most recent win in the #99J in late October 2015 in a 125-lap event at Weedsport. With Jimmy now driving for HBR full time, the seat opened for younger brother Mike to pilot his father?s equipment in the Sportsman ranks, where the team remains a frontrunner at Fulton.

Andy?s influence on the local racing scene stretches further than the cars. With the purchase of Weedsport Speedway in 2013 by Al Heinke, Andy was tabbed as a managing partner for the track, overseeing much of the day-to-day and race day operation of the track, a critical component to growing the Speedway into its current state.

When our season kicks off at Weedsport, it will certainly not be the same. From the pre-race guidance to post-race conversations on how to make Weedsport the best it can be, we will definitely be missing an integral part of our racing family.

(Written by Bobby Sweeney; Photo by unknown source)


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Can-Am Speedway / Photos from Can-Am Speedway's post
« on: Today at 05:46:48 PM »
Photos from Can-Am Speedway's post

Official race results for Friday, July 24th. Congratulations to our feature winners!!! Thank you to all of our race teams for a great night of racing, our sponsors for their generous ongoing support, and all of our fans who watched on PPV! See you all again on Friday! - Can-Am Speedway
















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Thank you again - all of our Modified Laps are sold out for Monday at Five Mile Point Speedway.  Current Crate Sportsman lap sponsors are listed below...

We have a lot of laps to sell for the Insinger Performance Crate Sportsman, 600 Modifieds and Four Cylinder Experts.

The Sportsman will pay $700 to win, the FWD Four Cylinder Experts will now pay a min. of $275 to win for FMP weekly legal cars with posted bonuses and $275 to win with posted bonuses for Penn Can Weekly Cars.  $250 with posted bonuses,  to win for Factory Stocks and 600 Modifieds on Monday.

If you would like to sponsor a lap please message us or phone us at 607-651-4421.

56TH HEATH MEMORIAL CRATE SPORTSMAN LAP SPONSORS
(*min. $20 per lap).
Laps will be paid among the top ten running cars in the feature (randomly drawn) and paid at payout at night?s end.

1. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
2. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
3.
4. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
5.
6.
7. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
8. Trackside Products ? ($20).
9.
10. Doug?s Speed Shop ? Court Street Binghamton, NY  607-724-5611. ($20).
11. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
12. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
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14. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
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17. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
18. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
19. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
20.


Thank you again - all of our Modified Laps are sold out for Monday at Five Mile Point Speedway.  Current Crate Sportsman lap sponsors are listed below...

We have a lot of laps to sell for the Insinger Performance Crate Sportsman, 600 Modifieds and Four Cylinder Experts.

The Sportsman will pay $700 to win, the FWD Four Cylinder Experts will now pay a min. of $275 to win for FMP weekly legal cars with posted bonuses and $275 to win with posted bonuses for Penn Can Weekly Cars.  $250 with posted bonuses,  to win for Factory Stocks and 600 Modifieds on Monday.

If you would like to sponsor a lap please message us or phone us at 607-651-4421.

56TH HEATH MEMORIAL CRATE SPORTSMAN LAP SPONSORS
(*min. $20 per lap).
Laps will be paid among the top ten running cars in the feature (randomly drawn) and paid at payout at night?s end.

1. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
2. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
3.
4. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
5.
6.
7. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
8. Trackside Products ? ($20).
9.
10. Doug?s Speed Shop ? Court Street Binghamton, NY  607-724-5611. ($20).
11. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
12. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
13.
14. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
15.
16.
17. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
18. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
19. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
20.


Source: Thank you again - all of our Modified Laps are sold out for Monday at Five Mile Point Speedway.  Current Crate Sportsman lap sponsors are listed below...

We have a lot of laps to sell for the Insinger Performance Crate Sportsman, 600 Modifieds and Four Cylinder Experts.

The Sportsman will pay $700 to win, the FWD Four Cylinder Experts will now pay a min. of $275 to win for FMP weekly legal cars with posted bonuses and $275 to win with posted bonuses for Penn Can Weekly Cars.  $250 with posted bonuses,  to win for Factory Stocks and 600 Modifieds on Monday.

If you would like to sponsor a lap please message us or phone us at 607-651-4421.

56TH HEATH MEMORIAL CRATE SPORTSMAN LAP SPONSORS
(*min. $20 per lap).
Laps will be paid among the top ten running cars in the feature (randomly drawn) and paid at payout at night?s end.

1. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
2. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
3.
4. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
5.
6.
7. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
8. Trackside Products ? ($20).
9.
10. Doug?s Speed Shop ? Court Street Binghamton, NY  607-724-5611. ($20).
11. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
12. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
13.
14. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
15.
16.
17. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
18. Ron Doebler ? Backstretch Flagger ? Good Luck To All of The Teams ($20).
19. Signworks Fleet Graphics in Vestal, NY
20.


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Photos from Five Mile Point Speedway's post

Congratulations to all of Saturday night's winners....

TYLER JOHNSTON RECORDS FIRST EVER FIVE MILE POINT SPEEDWAY INSINGER PERFORMANCE CRATE SPORTSMAN VICTORY ON SATURDAY AT FIVE MILE POINT SPEEDWAY.

KIRKWOOD, NY?

OFFICIAL INSINGER FUELS CRATE SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH (20 LAPS):  TYLER JOHNSTON, Bobby Flood, Gary Smith, Blaine Klinger, Brandon Loucks, Lem Atkins, Russell Benke, Matt Brewer, Tom Hampton, Brandon Fritsch, Leah Decker, Mark Longstreet, Punkie Marsh, Seth Zacharias, Jason Feinberg, Matt Sobiech, Brian Durbin, Mike Grover.

FACTORY STOCK OFFICIAL FEATURE FINISH (20):  JUST SLEZAK, Buck Mills, Ray Lindquist, Josh Dumas, Josh Oles, Adam Gilbert, Kurtis Stickle.

6O0 MODIFIED OFFICIAL FEATURE FINISH (20):  BRETT GRAY, Bob Hamm, Dave Brown, Eli Askar, John Glover, Dominic Amato, Aydan Morgan.

FWD FOUR CYLINDER OFFICIAL FEATURE FINISH (15):  TIM VANDEMARK, Kaleb Lacey, Randy Lane, Walter Decker, Steve Lunn, Jeff Degroat, Rick Lunn, Dave Simms.

FWD FOUR CYLINDER NOVICE OFFICIAL FEATURE FINISH (12):  OWEN CLARK, Greg Slater, Anthony Zecchino, Bethany Bertram, Austin Slater, Ashley Wilson, Ashley Slater, Doug Newbigging.

CRATE SPORTSMAN FUTURES OFFICIAL FEATURE FINISH (20):  JOSH MONDAK, Kyle Walsh, Eric Reese Jr., Ned Fitch.  DNS Jeremy Warren.

JUNIOR 600 MODIFIED/SLINGSHOT:  JOSHUA LANDERS, Aver Decker.














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